Tim Gee does some wonderful posts on medical devices and interoperability. Like any good blogger, he’s a good writer and he really knows his subject matter. Recently, he wrote a series of articles on how to get the most out of your trip to the… Read More
Check out Tolven Healthcare Innovations — they’ve got this open source software (language from their website): An electronic Personal Health Record solution (ePHR) that will enable consumers to record and selectively share healthcare information about themselves and their loved ones in a secure manner. An… Read More
After a number of e-mails and suggestions we’ve got general consensus on date, time, and venue for the meetup: Date: Sunday, February 25, 2007Time: 08:00 PM (right after the HIMSS Reception)Location: Mulate’s (Cajun restaurant and bar located right across from the convention center) — thanks… Read More
Health Wonk Review #25 is up at David Harlow’s Health Care Law Blog. It’s a fun review of some of this week’s best healthcare blogging.
This article was initially posted at HISTalk. However, the issue is important and I’ve received good feedback on the readiness of medical devices from Tim Gee of Medical Connectivity and I wanted to share his thoughts here as well. As we all probably know by… Read More
We’ve got about 20 people signed up for the New Orleans meetup (click here to register or here to see who’s signed up so far). Looks like based on all the current feedback, Sunday night before the conference starts looks like the best time. Neil… Read More
Jennifer Lubell at Modern Healthcare Online recently posted her nice article on AHIMA’s new privacy and security certification. She writes: In April, the American Health Information Management Association will offer a new certification aimed at credentialing the healthcare privacy and security industry. AHIMA essentially combined… Read More
On Thursday, Jan. 25 2007, Department of Health & Human Services hosted the 3rd Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) Forum: Prototype Demonstrations and Business Models. I wasn’t able to make it, but one of our colleagues, Nainil Chheda, did attend and was kind enough to… Read More